"For Amnesty International to suggest that somehow the United States is a violator of human rights, I frankly just don't take them seriously."It has been nearly a year since the United States Supreme Court ruled that US courts have the jurisdiction to consider appeals from detainees in Guantánamo Bay. But the Bush administration, blocking judicial review every step of the way, has ensured that not a single detainee has had the lawfulness of his detention judicially reviewed.
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
CHENEY OFFENDED BY HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATIONS
Oops... I mean "Cheny offended by report condemning human rights violations":
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